Heredity-Environment Interaction in Alcoholism

Heredity-Environment - However taken by itself this finding doesn’t tell us much about the role of genetic factors in alcoholism Why not 2 How

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PsychInquiry CD Activity name: Heredity-Environment Interaction in Alcoholism Student’s name: Instructions: Complete this worksheet and hand it in to your instructor. Questions 1. Henri Begleiter’s 1980s research found that the brains of alcoholics react differently to a visual or auditory stimulus than do the brains of non-alcoholics.
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Unformatted text preview: However, taken by itself, this finding doesn’t tell us much about the role of genetic factors in alcoholism. Why not? 2. How did Begleiter get around this problem in his research? 3. How do psychologists generally view the relative effects of environment and heredity on alcoholism?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course PSY 1101 taught by Professor Textbook during the Fall '08 term at University of Ottawa.

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Heredity-Environment - However taken by itself this finding doesn’t tell us much about the role of genetic factors in alcoholism Why not 2 How

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